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steady bands of rain continue to blast through the state tonight. good evening, i'm vanessa welch. >> chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz joins us now >> we're tracking the heavy rain coming on through. the snow has come to massachusetts but has edged and will be replaced by rain. heavy rain really intense for the northshore in particular right now, just to the northwest of beverly and right on route 1, there's some red there. that's the heaviest rain you're gonna find on doppler radar. but there's been some slightly heavier still out on cape cod.
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this area, as well. look at the downpours here along 28 and quincy and milton. dennis port over through dennis seeing some heavy rain too and this is yet to come. all of this pushing northward toward us, seeing a lot of lightning strikes, can see them in here coming our way and we'll have to track that over the next several hours. the snow has moved off to the north but not before producing over 6-inches in massachusetts out in the berkshires. an update on the weekend forecast coming up. there is a heavy police presence at the maryanne hotel in hampton beach, new hampshire. seacoast online is reporting gunshots were fired there. the hotel is located on ocean boulevard. police say the situation is quote ongoing and the building has been evacuated. right now there's no word if anybody was shot or if police have the shooter in custody. we are working to get more information and will share it
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>> disturbing video from inside a federal courtroom in boston, raising questions about why u.s. marshals taxled an unarmed man as he spoke to his attorney. >> investigative reporter eric rasmussen recorded this on a security camera. >> 4 seconds, the amount of time when u.s. james nasario to when they taxed him to the grounded. the judge says it was justified but others question whether this eyes of force on a man who's mentally hill crossed the line. >> i was shocked. i was just blown away. >> get help here! >> reporter: march 29th -- [bleep] >> reporter: 11:29:00 a.m., courtroom 4 at the federal courthouse in boston. security camera video obtained
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u.s. marshals taking down unarmed defendant james nasario. shouting profanities, dragging him across the courtroom. >> even kicking him at least three times after he appeared already to be in handcuffs. >> there was nothing i could do to help him. >> reporter: nasario's fianc? was in the courtroom. >> i turned around because i couldn't see it. and all i heard was one of the marshals scrmi i'm going to break your mother f'ing wrists and i couldn't listen to it anymore. i had to leave. >> reporter: before the confrontation, nasario's hearing seemed to end without incident. the judge sentenced him to 30 days on a probation violation. he can be seen speaking with his attorney right before the marshals approach to place him under arrest. accord to court records, judge nathanial gordon said nasario was emotionally distraught during the proceeding and
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leaded marshal was aggressive and and profane from the start but i think necessarily so. >> the most disturbing part of it was the judge had every ability to stop that from happening but instead of that he stood there and watched. >> reporter: but federal judges do not control the u.s. marshals service. nasario has remained locked up on new charges resisting a federal officer. his fianc? and court records >> i don't care what anybody did, they -- no one deserves to be treated like that. >> he was an unarmed man with a helicopters illness and there was absolutely no reason whatsoever to do that. >> the u.s. marshals service wouldn't talk about any of the specifics in the courtroom because of a pending case but in a state emailed to fox 25 it said a u.s. marshal and correctional officer were actually injured during the take
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affair its complaint about it earlier this month but the doj's office of civil rights declined to prosecute any of the officers involved. for fox 25 investigates, i'm eric rasmussen. the countdown to election day reads 12 and the race for the white house fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. only fios lets you upload as fast as you can download. this is your last chance to go online to get our best offer ever. super fast 100meg internet, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online for two-years guaranteed, with a two-year agreement. installation is easier than ever and there's no cost to cancel if you change your mind within 30 days. go to or call 1888.getfios to learn more.
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brian gallagher is on the campaign trail for us tonight. >> she's known as the closer. >> i am grateful for hillary, for her leadership, for her courage. >> reporter: and for the first time michelle obama is bringing her closing argument to the same stage was hillary clinton. the first lady campaigning with clinton to consider the crucial swing state of north carolina. >> this my be one of the most, if elections of our lifetime. >> reporter: clinton is battling to keep states like north carolina leaning her way. new polls out thursday show donald trump closing the gap in some battleground states moving nevada and florida back to being considered toss-ups. that's good news for trump, who started his day with family by his side during an interview on good morning, america. >> we're very proud of our father. >> reporter: and is focusing on the must win state of ohio.
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make sure, get out and vote. we don't want to give this away. >> even with tightening polls, take a look at cnn's map. he would have to get every red state, every toss-up state, those are yellows, plus one of the light blue leaning democratic states just to reach that magic number. it is a very narrow path, and though his poll numbers are trending up, time is out. with just 12 days left to go until november 8th. in washington, i'm diane gallagher. >> for a look at how the presidential race is affecting the new hampshire senate race, let's send it over to vanessa. >> we are joined now by jennifer nasser, political strategist and former chairwoman of the massachusetts g.o.p. jennifer, thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. hard to believe the presidential election just 12 days away now
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leading in florida. >> yeah, he beat marco rubio by a healthy margin and i think that there's a lot of trump country. i also think in florida are a lot of trump type voters. you have a lot of older people. you have a lot of people who are feeling as though they didn't -- aren't getting what they put into the system, and trump is speaking to them. and i think that that poll is definitely reflective of florida. >> new hampshire and other swing state polls show that clinton's lead there is shrinking. does that still in play? >> i don't know. new hampshire has been 20 years since they've actually voted for a republican so i don't think at this point they're going to swing to trump. i do find it interesting that the lead is shrinking and i think that definitely helps in rays like kelly ayotte. >> and we're gonna get to that in gait. but first still on the presidential race, are people who have been saying this race is over, are they re-evaluating now, do you think?
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about 272 votes already locked up. donald trump has about 112 locked up. so in order for donald trump to actually win the electoral college, he needs to win all the swing states and flip about three blue states and bring them into his column. i don't know if that's possible at this point. >> but clinton's lead shrinking, definitely not what her campaign wants to see going into the finish line. of course you want to go into it learning that you're a winner or close to a winner. i think this is trouble for them. and more and more news coming out about the clinton foundation is probably very scary for them and it should be. >> let's talk about the key senate race in new hampshire. a new poll shows that kelly ayotte has a league over maggie hassen. what has changed here? a big change. >> i am going to try to contain my excitement on this one. senator ayotte is a phenomenal senator for new hampshire.
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resinating with the voters and they're seeing that she's done a good job. hassen. one of the heads, a principal at phillips exeter academy, they had their little bit of scandal going on over there and had a teacher that had to be dismissed back in 2011. apparently that teacher has been giving maggie hassen money for about 10 years. after he was dismissed from phillips exeter he was then brought on to her steering committee.
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race? >> i'm hoping that it does. i'm hoping it shows she's not the person she says she is. >> kelly ayotte had a little bit of a tough time walking the trump tight rope, she says she supported him, but didn't endorse him. she said he was a good role model, then she said she misspoke. trump is going to be in new hampshire tomorrow. does that help or hurt kelly ayotte? i think that the best thing that senator ayotte can do tomorrow is stay away from him and keep her distance. i think that right now is a time to for themselves and i don't think that she can be tied to him. as a woman in the demographic that isn't being pulled to the trump campaign, she really needs to separate herself. she needs to go and stand on her record and go out there and ask to be rehired as the united states senator. and that's it. >> same question for hassen. warren gave a firey speech,
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hassen? i think that helped kelly ayotte. i think it definitely hurt maggie hassen. you've got two very polarizing figures. have you elizabeth warren, who, i don't even know if she's that liked in massachusetts, who leads massachusetts and goes to new hampshire and says, hey, new hampshire, you should do weigh tell you to do, what i massachusetts tell you to do, and then you have hillary clinton out there, and her lead is shrinking, and so i think that that probably hurt maggie hassen a ayotte. >> and all eyes are on this race because it's one that could determine the control of the senate. >> yes. and this is one of those races that there are four races, five really in play, four races that are super important that republicans, we need to keep, and this is one of those seats. and all eyes have been on this race. >> numbers out show that just in boston alone, 10,000 people voted early as of yesterday. what does that say to you?
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all, boston is probably very excited about this. but it is a very democratic state. you know, i think that boston and cambridge, probably 50,000th people have already voted. i think that obviously that's a strong signal for hillary clinton. but i do find it very interesting both very educated areas, i think people are excited about the prospect of being able to cast their vote early. they know what they're doing and ready to go. about 133 people voted so far. >> it is 133,000, right? >> 133,000. >> jennifer always great insight. thank you so much for being with us tonight. you'll be in the studio on election night breaking down the results as numbers come in. see you back here on election night. >> sounds good. >> live team coverage on election night, join us for our evening newscast from 4:00 until 7:00. we'll go to fox network news coverage from seven 10:00 a and
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bring you results on local races as well as the race for president. it all begins at 8:00. >> gonna be something else. right after the break, it's a color rush thursday. our latest fashion review of the nfl uniforms, plus a highlight or two. and happy anniversary to the red sox. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions...
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fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. d she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. seiu cope is responsible
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i love when they play that. >> this stat really jumped out at me. start it off right here, if the pats win to brett favre, for most wins against one team in his career, it will be the 26th time he has beaten the bills in his career. so something to keep your eyes on. our weekly look at the nasty thursday night uniforms.
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>> if you look bad, you play bad apparently. this game is all about the hometown myriad. two touchdown passes. dimarco murray, i saw something, got a block from the quarterback into the end zone. 36-22. ugly uniforms, ugly game, bad games. but we show you anyway. >> they liked it. >> who >> those two guys. >> we want to stroll through the halls history. 30 years ago tonight, october 27th, the mets beat the red sox in game 7 of the world series but we'll skim right past that. 12 years to go tonight in st. louis, red sox nation
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>> the boston red sox are world champions! >> the greatest red sox team ever! [ cheering ] >> 12 to years ago. insists michigan. i got so many random text messages from red sox fans who just said things like, hey, man. finally, thank god. obviously a great moment in baseball history whether you root for the red sox or not. >>ou all night, kev. >> yeah. so let's talk about the next game of the world series, this is tomorrow night, 8:00. and gonna be beautiful out there in chicagoland. 65 degrees in fact, outside tonight, a lot of heavy rain still to come on through. it'll be coming through through the morning drive.
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>> today on "tmz" -- harvey: yesterday we said that mariah carey's halloween party, that james packer didn't show up because it wasn't his thing. it turpz out mariah carey isn't his thing. >> big winner here, nick cannon. harvey: you think nick cannon wants mariah back? >> yeah! harvey: have you ever had a certain food you liked and you kind of had your fill of the food? >> yeah. harvey: i think she's >> concierge that was in the kim kardashian robbery. there's discrepancies between the story he's telling and what kim told the cops. >> the guy was asking for the money, it's money, money, money, money. >> he says they were asking for money only. harvey: in french? >> what's the money word again? [speaking french] harvey: i would have given them mustard! >> we've got j.j. abrams. we asked what do you say to people who think "star wars" is for nerds? >> i think it's for nerds too.


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